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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Sunrise Can Be A Prize

I like birds chirping
In the early morning
While out walking.
The dawn sunrise
Is a welcome prize
To greet your eyes.
I stroll by the River Dee
With my pet dog Sadie.

Winter is nearly nigh
With Autumn’s goodbye,
Jack Frost will say ‘hi’
As snow falls from the sky.
I long for Spring again
With new life to gain. 

© Andrew Stevenson 21/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Soon To Be

It is nearing winter,
Autumn is diminishing,
The weather is colder –
Soon to be freezing.
The leaves have fallen
With most now rotten.
Snow is sadly forecast
Which I hope won’t last. 

I like Spring and Summer,
With new life blooming,
Where the sun is sunnier
Warming your whole being.
Nature will sadly subside
While its frosty outside. 

© Andrew Stevenson 21/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

I Did Not See Lovely She

I was apprehensive
And deeply pensive
When I went to B&M –
She wasn’t working again.
I am longing from afar
To take Karen to a bar
To share our company
With drinking merrily. 

I hope she is still free
So she can get with me;
I will pleasingly be
A gentleman to she.
Karen is a Lady with class,
Making her a likeable lass. 

© Andrew Stevenson 21/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Monday, 20 November 2017

Will She Like Me To See

Karen is a sight to see,
I hope she still likes me
As I think she is pretty
And attractively a honey:
Will she take my hand –
This would be grand:
I would lead the way
To a much brighter day.

We’ve a lot in common,
Such as both having a son.
I can turn the charm on
With a shining wisdom.
My Goosebumps tingle –
I hope she is still single. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

A Sight Of Delight

Karen is my type,
I will aptly write
She is a delight:
She is beautiful
And bountiful
In being fruitful
Which I will pluck
If I am in luck. 

We’ve a friendship,
I’d like a courtship
Of going steady –
I think I am ready.
I want her to woo
With feelings anew.

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Kieran Is Now Home

My nephew is now home,
He has considerably grown
As he is a body-builder
Lifting weights to get bigger.
He’s been hitting the gym
To keep his waist slim,
As he’s been drinking a lot
With the many mates he’s got. 

I saw him last Sunday
When I had Lacy May,
He was looking himself
And was in good health.
I was pleased to see him
As he is my near and dear kin. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

We Are Kin To Him

Repent from sin,
We’re God’s kin,
His wise wisdom
Gave us His Son.
Jesus is loving
And forgiving,
He was caring
With sharing. 

Those in denial
Can be a trial,
But judge them
With reason.
The devilish way
Will rot and decay. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Respectfully Sadie

I hope Karen likes Sadie,
My Jack Russell Terrier,
She is lovingly cosy
When cuddling up to her.
She can be quite playful
And is often cheerful –
Especially while walking
And when she’s running. 

She’s been lovingly nurtured
And is now good natured,
She is great with he and she
Who gently pet her respectfully.
I love her with all of my heart
And dread the day she will part. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Fit And Hip

I think she is sexily fit –
Will she be my chick,
I have a loving appetite
Of her palatable taste,
I will write and type
With haste of her grace,
She is deliciously ripe
Putting a smile on my face. 

Is Karen my loving fate,
Will she come on a date,
She is beautifully pretty
Already making me happy.
I will patiently wait and see
If she is single and free. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Spare A Care

Would she get with me,
We could be in harmony
In caring for each other
With each being a lover.
I think she is a honey
As she is very pretty.
I hope I see her soon
Singing the same tune. 

She is a darling for sure,
And to her I will implore
To wisely take a chance
On a courting romance.
She is a grandmother
And I’m a grandfather. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Saturday, 18 November 2017

Lay A Wreath And Have Belief

I have a responsibility
To act aptly Christianly,
As I believe in the Son
And His Godly wisdom.
Impart from your heart
His words of belief,
And make a new start
By forgiving the thief. 

Our Lord seeks the heathen
To believe God is in heaven,
And that His Paternal ways
Can lead you to brighter days.
Sinners should relent and repent
And experience Jesus’ Lent. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

A Grave Gravity

I have a psychotic condition
And my life used to be mad,
But I now have an injection
And I am happily glad.
I’ve been hospital free
For seemingly an eternity,
I am on the right path
Where I have a laugh. 

I used to cause a domestic
When I was insanely sick,
My family weren’t happy
With me acting mentally.
I was harmful to myself
Suffering this ill-health. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

A Likeable Lady

Karen has a likeability,
She seems to be happy,
She already knows me
And my respectability.
I think she is lovely –
Could she be my honey
Sharing our philanthropy
With a sense of sensibility. 

We used to be very friendly
While sharing our company,
Could this again come to be
As I would love her to see.
She and me could become a we
Experiencing some serenity. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Pain Refrain

My daughter looks after me,
She exerts an able authority
As I have a vulnerability
Of often acting mentally:
I like her maternal ways
Brightening up my days:
She is a wonderful delight
Aiding me with my plight. 

I’m going to see her today,
I’ll see Kenzie and Lacy May –
My loving grandchildren
Having joyful, happy fun.
Georgia alleviates my pain
Of sometimes being insane. 

© Andrew Stevenson 19/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Friday, 17 November 2017

Mum Looking Glum

I took my mum to hospital
About her recent op on her hip,
The Dr gave her a medical
And said she was fighting-fit.
My older brother was there –
Concerned and lending a care.
I looked after her partner
Who sadly has dementia. 

My mother endures a bad back,
She had an op to get her on track,
But she still suffers some pain
Regrettably now and again.
She is strong and soldiers on
Regardless of not having fun. 

© Andrew Stevenson 18/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Pursue To Woo

I have Karen to pursue
As I want her to woo,
She is very beautiful –
Could we be fruitful
By taking a chance
On a fresh romance:
I like a hug and kiss –
This to me is bliss. 

I hope to see her again
Working at B&M,
It will be worth my while
To see her pretty smile.
Will she come out with me
To stop me from being lonely. 

© Andrew Stevenson 17/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Thursday, 16 November 2017

I Did Not See She

I went shopping at B&M,
But alas I didn’t see Karen
To ask her out on a date –
Perhaps she was on a break.
I hope she is single and free
To lovingly get with me:
We could be quite happy
Being together respectfully. 

It’s nice to start afresh and new
With a nice partner to woo,
I offer a sincere friendship
Within a loving courtship.
Karen is likeably pretty –
Could she be my honey. 

© Andrew Stevenson 17/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Stress Less

I am now doing fitness,
It helps alleviate stress,
I like lifting the weights
Listening to Dire Straits.
I arduously pull and push
But not in a rash rush,
As I like to take my time
To enjoy this hobby of mine. 

I do my weights at home
Where I am on my own,
I work-out for an hour
Then I get myself a shower.
I’m feeling much better
With getting much fitter.

© Andrew Stevenson 15/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

A Peach Within Reach

I would like her to pull,
I think she is beautiful,
I offer something sweet
That could be her treat,
As I am respectable,
Amiable and personable,
And offer some chivalry
To make Karen, happy. 

I am seeing her today –
If she is working,
I hope she will sway
To enjoy some loving.
Will she have a care
In becoming a pair. 

© Andrew Stevenson 15/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Today I Have My Say

I hope I am blessed
By her saying ‘yes’,
I’m keen for a date
As I hate to wait,
She is my desire –
My heart is on fire
With Karen’s heat
Warming its beat. 

I’m a little nervous
With being serious,
But I will persevere
For her to be my dear.
I think she is fit and hip
And know she’s romantic. 

© Andrew Stevenson 15/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

I Am Hoping

I hope Karen is working tomorrow
And that it doesn’t end in sorrow,
As I don’t know if she is courting –
If she is not I will be up for asking
Her out on a date to wine and dine
This beautiful, pretty Lady so fine.
We already know each other well
And I think she is sublimely swell. 

Will she take a chance on a romance
And come out for a drink and dance,
Where I’ll act like a true gentleman
Being as nice as I possibly can.
I will use wise tact and guile
To make Karen happily smile. 

© Andrew Stevenson 14/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Monday, 13 November 2017

I Hold Aloft Being Soft

Karen is an intellectual,
I would like her to pull,
She is always shining
With brightly glowing.
She is indeed a charm –
Who I’d like on my arm.
If she’d offer me a kiss
I’d be in a sense of bliss. 

I am sure she likes me –
But is she single and free.
She is a loving mother
To her son and daughter.
I’d treat her respectfully
To make her happy. 

© Andrew Stevenson 13/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Picking Up Lacey May

I am picking up Lacey May
From her grandmother’s today,
She has been there all weekend –
Her nan is her very best friend.
Lacey is sweet and very polite
And loves to draw and write.
She is expressively creative
And is always open to give. 

Thankfully it is not that far
To travel as I have my car:
I will take her to see my mum
Who lately is feeling glum.
We have all had a scoff
At Lacey’s bad cough. 

© Andrew Stevenson 12/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

He And Me Have Harmony

My brother Antony,
Is buzzing like a bee,
He is mostly happy
Which is nice to see.
He is very caring
And is always giving.
He has a doting daughter
And is now a grandfather. 

He is a good handyman
Doing whatever he can,
He mostly earns a living
Painting and decorating.
He’s a jack-the-lad
Which makes me glad.

© Andrew Stevenson 11/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

She'll See I'm Flirty

I will turn on the charm
To have her on my arm,
I will be my friendly-self
Now I’m in good health.
I will be honestly sincere
To have her as my dear.
I will act and be flirty
For her to be my honey. 

I hope I see her next week
When I shop at her store,
I will converse that I seek
A Lady to lovingly adore.
I am looking for a wife
To share with me my life. 

© Andrew Stevenson 11/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Our Father

Jesus called upon others
To act like sisters and brothers,
As we all reside in God’s family
Being nurtured Paternally.
We are all children unto Him,
From His clay we are all kin.
A father and mother to grieve
Is our ancestors Adam and Eve. 

Jesus respectfully leads the way
With a Fatherly prayer to pray,
To be thankful for our daily bread
So His nourishment has us fed.
God will be love to the core
When we reach heaven’s door. 

© Andrew Stevenson 10/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Take A Chance On A Romance

I hope she isn’t in a relationship,
We already have a friendship,
I’d like to woo her in a courtship.
It’s been a lustrum since I saw her,
Then, we exchanged friendly banter
And shared some happy laughter.
We used to live close to each other –
Could she now become my lover. 

We exchanged some pleasantries
And briefly reminisced memories,
As we have a shared history
Of knowing each other’s family.
I think she is beautifully pretty –
I hope she comes on a date with me. 

© Andrew Stevenson 10/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

A Wait To Ask On A Date

I saw a lovely Lady
Who I now fancy,
Her name is Karen
And she is fun.
She works at B&M,
I hope I see her again
To ask her on a date –
Not leaving it too late. 

She already knows me
As we have a history
Of being friendly
Sharing our company.
I hope she is still single
As she is an angel. 

© Andrew Stevenson 09/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Rising Early

I fell asleep early,
I woke up at three
With my dog, Sadie:
I took her for walk –
It was hard to see
As it was dark.
At four we got back
To our homely flat.
 
I had alcohol last night,
I was having Bud Light.
I went to Pizza Hut
To fill my hungry gut.
I enjoyed my evening
Of drinking and eating. 

© Andrew Stevenson 09/11/2017
 
A sonnet.
 
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.